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Steve Elam; author of BACKSLIDE 07/14 by OutTakes | Blog Talk Radio

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Granted, the summer isn’t nearly half over, but this is a GRRREAT summer read! ¬†Backslide is an action story, with a little hometown love and redemption thrown in for good measure. ¬†It’s available for purchase in the usual places, as well as on the author’s website at http://www.elambooks.com

Steve Elam; author of BACKSLIDE 07/14 by OutTakes | Blog Talk Radio.

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Reading Books in Grad School

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Here is a link to an article with good reminders on how to read a book while in graduate school. In graduate school, more than ever, it’s important NOT to read the whole thing. The only thing I’d add (as I commented on the article) is to make sure to read the index carefully, since it contains certain buzzwords, key words, themes, and persons Noting these words creates a series of “tags” to help you remember the book’s content. Further, you can address these words/themes in your own work later!

http://www.blog4history.com/2010/05/reading-history-books-in-grad-school/comment-page-1/#comment-19557
(A bit of a DISCLAIMER, though: I found the article via a Google search, and so I can’t claim to be a regular reader of the blog itself. I just appreciate this article.)